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Wednesday, 27 January 2016

Tender of $10 billion from Australia to replace ASLAV 8x8 armoured vehicle with new tracked IFV

The Australian Department of Defence is pressing on with the detailed specifications for what will be by far the largest single defence acquisition for land warfare that Australia has ever seen, of advanced combat vehicles costed at at least $10 billion. The new vehicle will replaced the current ASLAV 8x8 armoured vehicle.
An ASLAV (Australian Light Armoured Vehicle) fires on a target at Puckapunyal training area during Exercise Chong Ju, a live-fire training exercise by the Combined Arms Training Centre, on 21 October 2015.
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